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Culture Shock?

It did not take long to realize I did not exactly fit in anymore. After 10 years abroad I am out of touch with modern culture and politics, and apparently have a pretty strong accent (ironically, I have an accent speaking English as well; guess I don't belong anywhere anymore). So first few days were a bit rough, but digging back into my roots and seeing the family more than made up for that.

Poland 2015 Palace of Culture

There were a few curious oddities such as McDonalds already having self-ordering machines (minimum-wage employees be gone) or KFC offering Chinese-styled rice bowls (yes, you even get chopsticks). Maybe not as uncommon in Europe, but coming from the States I was quite surprised.

Poland 2015 KFC Rice Bowl

I did not have much time to ruminate, however, as I still needed to prepare for...

Pixel Heaven Indie Game Festival

Let's be clear, it's no E3, but it was still a great event - last year's numbers topped 3000 attendees so I am sure this year was even bigger. Organized by the polish gaming magazine Pixel and hosted by the Warsaw Film School, it provided a good space for exhibitors and two small theaters for various lectures.

Pixel Heaven 2015 Exhibit Hall

Retro was the big theme so a bunch of old consoles and computers were laid out for curious gamers. Virtual Cop, Mario and Pacman all awaited a second chance. Pinball machines made an appearance too, and a separate room was set up for board and card games as well.

Pixel Heaven 2015 Retro Games

In the center were the exhibit halls from various Polish devs, such as the 15 nominated finalists in the closing awards ceremony. Karaski was included, and with that came a free booth to showcase my game!

It was a draining 2 days of pitching for 8-10 hours straight in a language I was somewhat hesitant speaking given the previous few days. But seeing new gamers actually intrigued by my game and asking for the fliers to take home was quite exciting. I will write a separate blog to cover what I learned (and my silly mistakes), as it was my first time exhibiting at an expo like this.

Pixel Heaven 2015 Karaski Exhibit

Sadly, Karaski did not win any awards, but between This War of Mine, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter and Kopnito, I expected as much. Honest congratulations to all the winners - they are great games that well deserved the recognition!

Let's Poland!

After the Expo I figured I'd leave some time to take a break from the hectic months of nonstop game dev and fall in love with my country again - and did I! Each time I re-visit Warsaw, I remember what a beautiful city it is, and how quickly it is developing these days. Sure, living in Los Angeles has its diversity and beaches, but there's something about walking through the spacious downtown with history-rich architecture, plenty of greenery between, and good public transit that just feels right.

Poland 2015 Downtown

The food quality was generally amazing, especially spoiled with home-grown tomatoes and pickles from my aunt, freshly baked breads (which you can get at literally every corner), and endless varieties of cheeses and sausages (yes, there IS more than one Polish sausage!) There's plenty of cafes and bars to fill other cravings as well, and many offer free wifi to boot. Working with a cold beer in hand on a sunny terrace has a whole different flavor to it.

Poland 2015 Typical Breakfast

That being said, there's some things I did not miss, such as no free water at restaurants or cars literally stopping right in your face when crossing the street. But the worst was the general unfriendliness of most store clerks, as if serving customers was the greatest hassle in their lives. I was reminded how direct many Poles are, with no coddling or faffing about, and how I used to be the same (a habit I had to un-learn in my early freelance work). Perhaps living in California has made me... soft?

Thank You, Please Come Again!

As I look at my luggage during the last day, I feel pretty spent after the eventful two weeks. And yet... there is a feeling of regret as well. I am not sure if I would want to move back to Poland, but I definitely want to come back much sooner than last time. Warsaw, at least, is a really great city with a lot of promising things on its horizon. And some amazing game devs too!

I guess there's always Pixel Heaven 2016 ;)

Poland 2015 Warsaw

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Guest Apr 22 2014 says:

So hyped for Unity 5!

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115spt2 May 17 2014 replied:

UMmm unity 5 will cost 750$ for basic version because unity are losing alot of money so from now on unity basic will be 750$

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aaro4130 Aug 2 2014 replied:

$750 to get a full license to produce as many games as you want without restriciton. With such a good engine, and they don't require you to even say it's made with Unity. The horror!

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Goatfatdoc Jun 1 2014 replied:

Unity is overpriced. Unless that is the game-making pack thing.
Still thats overpriced anyway 750$??

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DonBre Jun 5 2014 replied:

750$ is truly a huge amount of money ..i guess it has to be a really good product.. still its overpriced

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Stepper321 Jun 16 2014 replied:

Overpriced? Are you guys idiots? You can sell your game for MORE THAN $100.000 with the free version, thats plenty to buy a license. $750 is really not a huge amount of money for an engine. I think only people know how businesses works know why this is not overpriced. Unity was started by a small team for Mac OS X lots of years ago, they expanded and expanded. Unity 3 was really, really popular. They made a game engine, with A LOT of features, for you to use. The free version even has plenty to use.

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cristaloleg Jun 24 2014 replied:

gold words

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Quast Apr 12 2014 says:

is there any news that Unity will follow Cryengine or Unreal price's ?

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Silver8848 Mar 4 2014 says:

If you need someone to review your games on Youtube or test your games I would be honored to do it send me a message or a download link I would be happy to review your games my channel is Silver8848

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idriscelik Jan 21 2014 says:

My game now on the WP8 Store:

Here is the IOS App Store:

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RichardGreenlambda Feb 14 2014 replied:

Looks nice bud.

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EDOC_32 Jan 21 2014 says:

this is a Free Engine or i need buy this?, if this is free... how i can get it?

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CptMold Apr 5 2014 replied:

It's free if you're using it non-commercially and with some features blocked (not the major features) as long as your company earned less then $1000 in Unity based content (or if you don't sell anything. You can find it at www.unity3d.com.

Also, if you want the license for Pro, which IS allowed to be sold commercially as well as a few extra features, Unity gives you a one-month trial of Pro and then any longer is a one-year Pro subscription (doesn't auto-renew, don't worry) for $75 a year. If you also want additional Pro licenses, it's $75 per licensed platform per year. Also, you can get Xbox and PS rights for that price in Pro form.

In other words, if you're not using it commercially (at least not on a major scale), yes, it is free.

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Fatponystudios Jan 21 2014 replied:

This engine, Unity, is a free engine. It is only free for the free version which gives you enough to make a few small games but to get the pro version you need $1,500 or you could "rent" the pro version for a certain amount per month. Go to Unity3d.com and find the download button, there you'll be able to download unity and have the pro version for 30 days as a trial.

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The advantages of Unity are: +You can build for nearly all major plattforms +Easy to learn +Great assets pipeline, which supports most 3D packages +Great and helpful community and hundreds of useful tutorials +Good documentation +A big fund as backbone. So this engine will be further developed and getting better +one of the most optimized mobile engines So why I give only 7 out of 10? Well, Unity has unfortunately some really weak points: -Basic version is free. But if you serious about game development…

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